Hoping @Jay and some of the other gurus on here can help. I changed the control arms and bushes on my GT a few weeks ago, and as expected knocked the tracking out. So I took it to a local garage to get the tracking done, and as soon as I drove the car out it was making a strange noise from the front drivers side...more so when I turned the wheel right at lower speeds. (Was a suspension noise almost like a rubber to rubber low pitched squeak noise ) I just thought it may have been the new bushes bedding in - I'm no expert - so left it a couple of days but the noise began to get worse. I took it back to the garage, they didn't really have a clue what the issue was...re-tracked the car again and off I went. This time the noise was still there, but just not as apparent....but after a hard b road drive the noise was back again and just as apparent as it was previous. Fast forward to last weekend, and I had a tyre blow out on the motorway - Front drivers side where the noise was coming from - so used a puncher repair kit to get me back home, and took the wheel off expecting to find a nail etc....n but nothing. However I did see a deep score line around the inside tyre wall and another lighter score line on the outside tyre wall. The inside of the tyre wall almost looks like it has been rubbing on my coilover ride height adjuster ring :s ?? Either way, I have since put on a spare rim/tyre and replaced the damaged tyre with a new tyre...still making the noise when I turn the wheel right. I will be taking the car to a proper Geo Garage this time around, but I just wondered if anyone could shed some light on what may have caused this to happen? The car is lowered about 40mm on Tein coilovers 15inc rims can't need to double check the ET - 195/50 r15 Tyred Prior to this I have never had any problems. Could the new bushes/arms have caused this to happen, or it it most likely that the garage just really messed the tracking up? I spoke to the garage again and they claim it couldn't have been their fault as it seems like a camber issue and they cannot adjust camber when they track the car. One thing for certain is that the car never made any strange suspension noises before the tracking was done. Sorry for the essay and thanks for any info.